Release Notes: A few changes were made so that Savant will compile on Mac OS X. The inclusion of malloc.h in dateyacc.c was removed, since Mac OS X has trouble finding it and it doesn't seem necessary anyway. /sw/include was added to configure.in and /sw/lib was added to main/Makefile.am so that Mac OS X can find the PCRE libraries when they are installed using Fink. The "missing" script was updated to a later version.
Release Notes: This release changes the indexing algorithm in find_next_doc to be much faster on large documents (eg. e-mail with attachments), includes a fix for clobbering of C-xo that was introduced in 2.09, and fixes a few minor indexing problems. As of 2.09, remem is available under the terms of the GPL.
Release Notes: Bug fixes: Multi-frame support now works (so it's happy with VM), fixed intermittent bug that would wedge Emacs in some cases. New features: Suggestion output is read only (hit space to page down, hit 1-5 to rate the document). Text-retrieval improvements, print hash-marks instead of relevance numbers, customizable prefix keys (again, so it's happy with VM), option to automatically change database depending on major-mode or buffer name.
Release Notes: Proper handling of RMAIL, VM, and GNUS summary buffers, GNUS and VM no longer clobber the buffer window, support for GNUS fields, better signature-line filtering, a "follow symbolic links" option on indexing, automatic reload of index files if they're re-indexed, and "C-c r h" now gives a help screen/list of commands.
Release Notes: Standardized keybindings, change database function, full-page manual query mode, better sanity checks for misconfiguration, back-end optimizations, XEmacs bug fixes.
Release Notes: XEmacs now correctly works with the mouse; nicer/more compact display of most dates; prints the filename as another field.
Release Notes: Better memory management that reduces memory usage by almost 50% for big indexes; C-cf now does a query on a particular field; zlib isn't included in the release right now, as it caused errors with some compilations.
Release Notes: Sanity checks so if configuration is wrong it tells you why, a cutoff at 5M for a single document (in case of a template mis-match), handles PATH_MAX correctly (should now compile on HPs and SUNs cleanly), an INSPEC database template format and a Redhat 6.0 RPM (glibc 2.1) version.
Release Notes: Works on the Alpha, logging support, and can handle really long lists of filenames now.
Release Notes: Complete rewrite. Back-end uses Okapi algorithm for text, template-defined filters for different data types, + much more. Front-end has colors, mouseable queries for different fields, and view keywords feedback.